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Towards understanding the global magnetism of the Sun and solar-like stars

  • Allan Sacha Brun (a1)

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The Sun and solar-like stars possess intense and cyclic magnetic activity. In order to understand how this comes about we have developed series of 2-D and 3-D models in order to simulate their global dynamics and magnetism. We here report on our latest findings.

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